UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
118.34
-0.75 (-0.63%)
As of 1:48PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close119.09
Open118.70
Bid118.31 x 800
Ask118.38 x 1000
Day's Range117.36 - 119.62
52 Week Range101.45 - 135.53
Volume1,650,883
Avg. Volume2,521,157
Market Cap101.813B
Beta1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)19.89
EPS (TTM)5.95
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.64 (3.02%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-17
1y Target Est128.41
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  • How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price
    Bloomberg Video5 days ago

    How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price

    Sep.13 -- Richard Peretz. United Parcel Service Inc. chief financial officer, discusses the company's strategy and growth prospects with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close." (Video edited to remove incorrect graphic.)

  • How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price
    Bloomberg Video5 days ago

    How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price

    Sep.13 -- Richard Peretz. United Parcel Service Inc. chief financial officer, discusses the company's strategy and growth prospects with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close." (Video edited to remove incorrect graphic.)

  • GlobeNewswire3 hours ago

    The UPS Store, Inc. Shares All Its OfferINGs in New National Campaign

    The UPS Store, Inc. is launching a new national advertising campaign during September to demonstrate the full range of products and services The UPS Store® locations offer beyond packing and shipping. From copying and printing, to notarizing and shredding, the new campaign encourages small business owners and entrepreneurs to tap into The UPS Store for all of their business and back office needs. The new “Beyond Shipping” campaign was inspired by a nationwide research effort that revealed small business owners know The UPS Store takes care of shipping, but were surprised to discover the extensive range of business services the locally owned and operated locations offer.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    FedEx, UPS Prefer Free Trade, but Will Adjust to Trump Tariff Policies

    are advocating for lower trade barriers and free trade policies as U.S. President Donald Trump prepares to impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports. Trump announced late Monday a new round of tariffs on about $200 billion of Chinese goods, as China's current trade practices "plainly constitute a grave threat to the long-term health and prosperity of the United States economy." The 10% tax, which is set to be levied on Sept. 24, is set to increase to 25% at year-end. The president also threatened tariffs on approximately $267 billion of additional imports should China respond with retaliatory tariffs.

  • GlobeNewswire5 hours ago

    UPS Named To Dow Jones Sustainability World Index For Sixth Consecutive Year

    UPS (UPS) was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) for the sixth consecutive year and the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index for the 14th straight year. The recognition comes as UPS continues to work toward its ambitious sustainability goals to add more alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles to its fleet while increasing its reliance on renewable energy sources. UPS’s inclusion on these highly-regarded indices reflects its position in the top 10 percent of sustainability performers among the 2,500 largest companies tracked in the S&P Global Broad Market Index.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UnitedHealth, Adobe, Amgen, UPS and Bayer
    Zacks5 hours ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UnitedHealth, Adobe, Amgen, UPS and Bayer

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UnitedHealth, Adobe, Amgen, UPS and Bayer

  • Labor Costs Impacted FedEx’s Q1 2019 Earnings, Stock Fell 2.8%
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Labor Costs Impacted FedEx’s Q1 2019 Earnings, Stock Fell 2.8%

    FedEx (FDX) announced its first-quarter earnings after the market closed on September 17. While analysts expected FedEx to report an adjusted EPS of $3.80, the company’s EPS was $3.46. The stock declined ~2.8% to $248.70 later on September 17 due to concerns regarding FedEx’s higher labor costs.

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Parcel Service Inc.
    Markit6 hours ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Parcel Service Inc.

    This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting UPS. The net inflows of $4.87 billion over the last one-month into ETFs that hold UPS are not among the highest of the last year and have been slowing.

  • UPS Foundation, Arthur Blank each drop $1M for Hurricane Florence relief
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    UPS Foundation, Arthur Blank each drop $1M for Hurricane Florence relief

    UPS is one of many local companies and institutions stepping up to help relief efforts in North Carolina and South Carolina – the two states that got hit the hardest from Florence and its aftermath.

  • UPS to hire 100,000 for holiday season, up 5 percent from last year
    Reutersyesterday

    UPS to hire 100,000 for holiday season, up 5 percent from last year

    Package delivery companies and retailers have increased their seasonal hiring this year, to cater to the e-commerce sector that is expecting heavy shipping volumes, as shoppers spend more buoyed by a strong economy and labor market. Last week retailer Target Corp unveiled plans to hire about 120,000 seasonal workers for the holidays, up 20 percent from last year, while department store chain Macy's Inc said it would hire 23,500 temporary workers at its online fulfillment centers across the U.S., an increase of about 30 percent. UPS' smaller rival FedEx Corp is also hiring about 55,000 workers for the season, up about 10 percent compared with a year earlier.

  • GlobeNewswireyesterday

    The UPS Foundation Mobilizes Its Disaster Relief Network And Pledges More Than $1 Million To Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

    UPS (UPS) today announced a more than $1 million commitment through The UPS Foundation in support of recovery efforts following the devastating flooding, infrastructure damage and utility outages caused by Hurricane Florence. Through a combination of cash grants, in-kind transportation movements and technical expertise, the company and The UPS Foundation will provide both urgent relief, as well as support for long-term needs ranging from rebuilding to personal and financial recovery assistance. “We’re seeing immediate needs in these communities across a wide range of humanitarian areas in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence,” said Eduardo Martinez, president of The UPS Foundation and chief diversity and inclusion officer.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    UPS to hire 100,000 seasonal workers, up 5,000 from a year ago

    United Parcel Service Inc. said Monday it expects to hire about 100,000 seasonal employees for the holiday season, up from 95,000 a year ago. The seasonal hires will primarily be package handlers, drivers and driver-helpers. Over the last 3 years, 35% of the package handlers hired during the holiday season, which begins November and continues through January, were later hired in permanent positions. UPS's announcement comes after XPO Logistics Inc. said it would hire 33% more seasonal workers this year than it did last year. UPS shares slipped 0.5% in morning trade. It has gained 2.7% over the past three months, while the Dow Jones Transportation Average has gained 3.7% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has advanced 4.3%.

  • GlobeNewswireyesterday

    UPS To Hire About 100,000 For Holiday Season

    The full- and part-time seasonal positions – primarily package handlers, drivers and driver-helpers – have long been an entry point for permanent employment at UPS. Many senior UPS executives, including Chief Executive Officer David Abney and other members of the company’s senior leadership team, started their UPS careers as part-time employees. Over the last three years, 35 percent of the people UPS hired for seasonal package handler jobs were later hired in a permanent position when the holidays were over.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    FedEx Stock Will Keep Delivering the Goods Despite Today’s Earnings

    FedEx (NYSE:FDX) reports its quarterly earnings after the bell on Sept. 17. With e-commerce expected to continue surging and the few delivery options, FedEx should continue its path to growth no matter what the latest earnings report brings.

  • United Parcel Service (UPS) Unveils Transformation Plan
    Zacks4 days ago

    United Parcel Service (UPS) Unveils Transformation Plan

    United Parcel Service's (UPS) transformation initiative aims to boost its bottom line. The company also intends to continue with its expansion plans.

  • How the world's biggest airport got its new leader
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    How the world's biggest airport got its new leader

    It took Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms nearly three months to announce her pick because she wanted to meet personally with each finalist.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] UPS Lays Out Plans for More-Profitable Shipping

    United Parcel Service Inc. believes it has an answer for the flood of lower-margin packages it carries for large shippers like Amazon.com Inc.: small businesses and health care. When such customers ship packages, UPS says it earns revenue and profit multiple times higher than large shippers, which make up a big chunk of the company’s delivery volume. UPS executives laid out plans to cater to more profitable customers as the delivery giant faces criticism from analysts that focusing on carrying millions of packages from large shippers has squeezed margins.

  • How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    How UPS Plans to Turn Around Tumbling Stock Price

    Richard Peretz. United Parcel Service Inc. chief financial officer, discusses the company's strategy and growth prospects with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close." ...

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    UPS Falls on Transformation Actions, Even Though Earnings Expected to Rise

    fell on Thursday, Sept. 13, after its transformation plan, which is expected to result in $1 billion of cost savings and increase adjusted earnings per share in the range of $1 to $1.20 by 2022, was relatively in-line with analysts' expectations, dampening investor sentiment. The Atlanta-based package delivery company outlined its four strategic imperatives: Expansion of high-growth international markets, growing business-to-business and business-to-consumer e-commerce, further penetration of the healthcare and life sciences logistics market, and enhancing services for small- and medium-sized businesses. UPS expects charges of $550 million to $750 million for the transformation plan.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    UPS Executives Say Testing Emerging Technologies Is Worth the Risk

    Executives at United Parcel Service Inc. say it is becoming crucial to invest in emerging technologies to get ahead of competitors, even if such investments don’t have a tangible return on investment right away. The parcel carrier has launched early-stage tests over the past several months with cutting-edge technologies, ranging from blockchain to drones to advanced chips. “We had to be more apt to take on risk and get involved in some of these technologies at an early stage,” said UPS CEO David Abney in an interview at an investor conference here on Thursday.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    UPS plan to boost business shipping falls short with investors

    The world's biggest package delivery firm's embrace of expensive "last-mile" home shipments of everything from clothes to car tires has squeezed margins as it competes with rival shipper FedEx Corp (FDX.N), which accepts less of that business. UPS shares fell 2.9 percent to $119.69 on Thursday, after executives boosted long-term earnings targets while maintaining cost-reduction goals and stopping short of saying they would take fewer home deliveries. Atlanta-based UPS, now in the early stages of its largest capital spending campaign since the 1980s, aims to rebalance its mix of customers and package volume to include more small business, healthcare and international shipments, Chief Executive Officer David Abney said at an investor conference in New York.

  • UPS plan to boost business shipping falls short with investors
    Reuters5 days ago

    UPS plan to boost business shipping falls short with investors

    The world's biggest package delivery firm's embrace of expensive "last-mile" home shipments of everything from clothes to car tires has squeezed margins as it competes with rival shipper FedEx Corp (FDX.N), which accepts less of that business. UPS shares fell 2.9 percent to $119.69 on Thursday, after executives boosted long-term earnings targets while maintaining cost-reduction goals and stopping short of saying they would take fewer home deliveries. Atlanta-based UPS, now in the early stages of its largest capital spending campaign since the 1980s, aims to rebalance its mix of customers and package volume to include more small business, healthcare and international shipments, Chief Executive Officer David Abney said at an investor conference in New York.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    UPS Plans to Hire 100,000 Temporary Workers for the Holiday Season

    Bring on the holiday season. plans to bring on 100,000 workers during the peak holiday season, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer Scott Price told TheStreet in an interview. The Atlanta-based company will use technology, specifically automated recruiting capabilities, to hire those workers, according to Price.

  • UPS Tumbles After $1 Billion Savings Goal Disappoints Investors
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    UPS Tumbles After $1 Billion Savings Goal Disappoints Investors

    United Parcel Service Inc. investors have their doubts on whether they’re getting their money’s worth from the courier’s ambitious investment plan to boost efficiency and handle the rise of online shopping. The shares dropped after the company said it would reap only $1 billion of annual cost savings from the spending spree on automated sorting centers, new cargo jets and headcount reductions through early retirement. Shareholders were looking for a target of $1.5 billion or more, Kevin Sterling, an analyst at Seaport Global Holdings, said earlier this week.

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    UPS unveils 'transformation' plan aimed at adding over a dollar to earnings per share

    Shares of United Parcel Service Inc. slipped 0.2% in premarket trade Thursday, after the package delivery service unveiled transformation initiatives, including revenue quality improvements and cost cutting moves, that it expects will boost adjusted earnings per share by $1.00 to $1.20 by 2020. The initiatives will include opening seven new "super hub" automated sortation facilities and more than 70 expansion projects, with an aim of adding 350,000 to 400,000 pieces per hour of sortation capacity in the U.S. each year through 2020. The company plans a continued expansion in international markets, further growth of its healthcare and life sciences logistics businesses and enhancing services for small- and medium-sized businesses. The U.S. business will receive about two-thirds of the benefits of the transformation plan. The stock has gained 3.5% year to date through Wednesday, while the Dow Jones Transportation Average has advanced 8.5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has tacked on 5.2%.